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Our club follows the NAIC principle of completing an SSG prior to any purchasing consideration. A subject was brought up pertaining to companies that are less then 5 years old. How does one complete an SSG without the years of data? There are companies out there that could prove to be worthwhile buys but without an SSG, how do we know? Also, trying to complete an SSG without the long years of data distorts the numbers considerably. Is there a set of assumables one should use based on the history available? Any help you guys out there could give would be greatly appreciated!!!
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